The Met Office today released it's analysis of the past month, confirming what most of the nation expected, that there had indeed been a lot of weather in January. 'Not since December 2013 have we experienced so much weather' stated Colin McScott, Senior Analyst and Visiting Meteorologist at the University of Kent. 'During January, there was more weather than there has ever been recorded before. Hardly a minute went by without some form of weather happening. What made January so significant was the volume of weather that took place, and which was consumed'.
January's weather was made even more significant by the discovery of new 'old' weather records, meaning that records began even longer ago than was thought. 'Even with these new old records, January was the real deal for weather,' opined McScott. 'It is fair to say that it is unlikely we will see so much weather during a month until the end of February 2014 at least.
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